http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/sport/manly-anger-over-benji-marshalls-let-off/story-e6frg7mf-1226017311074 I've supported Gallop in the Carney and Marshall decisions, clearly there is no evidence for the NRL to suspend or fine either, but crikey he's got himself into hot water at the Marshall press conference yesterday. Here's what Gallop said in relation to the Brett Stewart suspension: "There was evidence of clear misconduct on the night that was separate to the allegation of sexual assault". "We acted in relation to the misconduct that happened earlier in the night". What Gallop SHOULD HAVE SAID yesterday: "There was evidence of clear misconduct on the night that was separate to the allegation of sexual assault, but this only involved an alleged incident between Anthony Watmough and a sponsor. Regrettably I must now admit that as court evidence proved Brett Stewart was not involved in any incident at the club function, nor upon leaving the club function, where witnesses proved he quietly caught a cab home". "We acted in relation to the misconduct that happened earlier in the night, but I clearly made a major mistake singling out and suspending Brett Stewart for 4 weeks. There might well have been some evidence to fine the club for misuse of alcohol at a club function, but there was no evidence, separate to the sexual assault allegation, to suspend Brett Stewart for anything whatsoever. I deeply regret the error of the Brett Stewart suspension and apologise unreservedly to Brett and the Manly club".